Ahmedabad is a distinctive place where you can witness the legendary history, religious significance, exclusive culture, and modern developments at the same time. The essence of patriotism, the ethnic religious values, the sheer beauty of culture and the nostalgia of the past will endow you a totally unique experience of travelling.
There are several eminent places which enhances the beauty of Ahmedabad among which the most noteworthy is the Sabarmati ashram which was exclusively set up by the father of the nation – Mahatma Gandhi. The place is beguilingly poised on the banks of river Sabarmati after which it has been christened. The place has all of the heart touching memories of the freedom struggle happened in India long back ago.
Apart from this the two lakes Kankaria Lake and Vastrapur Lake that beautifies the city is a must visit during your tour. Among these two kankaria is an artificial lake which is specially developed by Sultan Qutbuddin Aibak in 1451 to enhance the beauty of this elegant city. While witnessing the beauty of these lakes one can relax at Maninagar which is a well known picnic spot of Ahmedabad. Sidi Bashir Mosque, Jama Masjid, Masjid-e-Nagin and Shah Alam Roza are some of the mosques that stand tall since ages and depict the exquisite and fine workmanship and indo-saracenic work of architecture.
Ahmedabad, the capital of Gujarat state is one the most sought after tourist destinations in India. Well-known for its architectural landmarks, this city is witnessing thousands of tourists throughout the year. Being a part of Gujarat state, it is quite calm and peaceful. Moreover, people of this city are friendly and inviting. There is one thing that one should be missed while travelling here is mouth-watering cuisine.
Morning pick up from the hotel you are staying and proceed for sightseeing of Ahmedabad with English speaking guide.
Jama Masjid, the most preeminent landmark in Ahmedabad is a prized worthy destination, comprising a roof which was built with 260 columns. Standing east of the Teen Darwaza close to Mahatma Gandhi Road, this holy shrine was erected Ahmed Shah in 1423.
Hathsingh Jain Temples
Tremendously adorned with beautiful White marble, Hathsingh Jain Temples is one where tourists, belonging to any caste or culture are pleasurably welcome. Established in the year 1850 AD by Seth Hathee Singh, this temple is a jewel attraction of Ahmedabad.
Adjacent to Ashram Road in the Ahmedabad city at the bank of River Sabarmati, Gandhi Ashram or Sabarmati Ashram is a prevalent Hindu site which was instituted on 25 May 1915. The stunning artist Jivanlal Desai was amazingly designed it at the Kocharab Bungalow. Later, this Ashram was declared as barren land used for cultivation, cow imitation and animal husbandry.
Situated 18 km to the north in Gandhinagar distinct of Ahmedabad, Adalaj Stepwell is a prevailing tourist destination known for its spiritualism. Earlier, the water of this well served to pilgrims as holy water, this well is today immensely carved. A beautiful collection of displays-leaves, birds, fish and flowers can be witnessed on its walls and pillars that represent the history of Ahmedabad. The renowned Queen Rudabai was envisioned it in the year 1499.
Later drop at hotel (booked at your own).